The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 21, 1952
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PACE FOUR BLYTHEV1U.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pat Mulling, Society Editor Phone 4'161 Layette Shower Given on Lawn honored Fri- pivrn by Mr.s. Jne MoOr-f day at a Inyene Mrs.. Wayne Moore in ihf home of Mrs. Tom fimalli-y. The gup.srs -,\r-rr- rn'ff f;:irjf rl on the lawn and gifts Tore pinned to A miniature riothrsline. In tho cam™ played, priz/j went to Mrs. J. \v. Ramho, anrt Mrs .Joe Atkins Refreshments were served by Ihf host ess. CoHIIion Club Has Dance Here A monthly d^nff ,v.'n= clvrn Sat- 11 clay liijlu al the Noble Hotel by mrmbm of th? Cntillinn Chih tthcn nhont 30 mr-mbrns atlfn^icd. Hosts and Jujslff.'>/>* for (he ocra- Mori wfif Mr. anri Mrs. Bnh r/)can Mr. anri Mrs. Max I.oc;m. Mr. anci Mrs. .1. Fnrris M(:Ct)JJ-\. Mr. and Mrs. W. n. L.TAShn. anrt Mr. and Mr.v Cia'.vfo]-rl MfcllK-. —Courier Xews J'liulo Mr. and Mrs. H. H. llnltliniisc Miss Myrtle Sexton Is Married To Robert B. Holthouse Here Now on a ten-day wedding trip to Florida, are Mr. and 'Mrs. Robfrt B. Holthouse, who were married yesterday at 11:30 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception C n t h n It c Church. Mrs, HoHhoU56 was before her marriage, Ml.v; Myrtle Scxlon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ctydt. C. Sexton o( Kennett. Mo, Mr. Hoit- house, who makes his home in Manila. Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard G. HoUho\ise ot Lawten^e- bnrg, Tenn. The Rev, Amos Enrinrlin of/iHal- ed the. ceremony In the present of - a Urge group of friends and members of (he families. Decorating the front of the church and the altnr were four stately white baskets of white ?,\-i- doli and snapdragons set in greenery and tied with white v»tln, against a background Betting ot greenery. Rows of cathedral sapeis in brnnched canrtelabra were used among the floral decorations. Jackie Feithause of Lawrenceburg, Tenn., a nephew of the groom lighted the tapers before the wedding party entered. Providing a program of nuptinl music were Mrs. Berry AJlpn, organist, and Hank Dodd, vocalist. Mr. Dodd sans "Ave Maria" and "Oh Lord, I Am Not Worthy." Servinc her sister as maid of honor and only feminine aitcnd'nnl- was j Miss Mary Jo Sexton, who was dressed in a ballerina Icneth so- of Jr,e blue Inro OVRI- (he snnic snarle of slipper sattn. She worn a whitfl \ hnt nnd other white nrrossones jtnd i nt her shoulder, she pinned a white orchid. Bride Wc.irs I-arc and Salln The bride, who entered on the arm of her father, was dressed !i» pure while larr over slipper .satin. The long sleeves were buttoned to the wrist with tiny self coveren hut- tons and ended in lily points over thR handK. The fitted bocilce Jeatiir- served as nsher. For the marring** r .f her riau^h- IT, Mrs. Srxion vas drrr.strd in arjun nylon wlnrh shf Cflmp1imi>n(i*--l Aith white accessories nnd a ror^ri^o ft <Ahite p-nrdcnia^. Mrs. tlrr^rd in a bterk ^hPer with bla.-k and *-h\it accr.'soi'ics. She. was also gjvpn t;^r- dcnla.t. Jlcceplitui In «.ivM llamr. ^^l^ l and Mrs, E. B. David o/cre hosts at their home for n rereplion followliig the ccrornony. Mrs. David used two while floor baskets of white gladioli In the livinc room. and centering the bririrs table w.i.s an arrangemrnt of clusters of white rinisles. The Jonr-ficj-pcl wedriinc rakr vas topped wUh the figure of a biine and prnom and the rake wns encircled with fern which wn.i sturiricd at IntervaLs with whit? rarnJif/.Drs. Presidtns at' thp hrtrie'.s hoofe \vasj Miss Hetty Pre,snell. Mrs. Lfitry | Smith of St. Louis, cut cnkr nnd j Mi?s Frances Jones poured punch, I The couple riepftrieci fnr ilinir I wrclclinR trip to poinf,*; of InlriTsr i iJi Flnritla. tho hnde wealing a tv.o- ' piece tailored suit of aqua Jir.en with black n.nt\ white access^ 1 jr.^, Her small black hat was flnriri-leil with tiny while Howers nnd r.f, her! shmiklcr, she pinned the two white j orchids from her bridal boito.U'1. i Out-of-town sur.sts iiu'luord Mr. ! anri Mrs. R. W, Willofnrd and Mi=-s | Lorolla Willnforrt of Memphis; Mrs. f H, J. Cole, grandmother of the ! Wedding Plans Are Announced By Ann McLeocl Miss Mary Ann Mr Lead, lh« riaiiprhfc-r of Mr. and Mis. Henry m- mon M I.rod, todnv armourr c? plans tor hrr A'ipust J2ih nisjr:;i:o '-o Dal* \V;rv'on Hovton, £on of Mi 1 and Mrs. Earl Hoi ton of F.urc-.-t City. Ihf. Rr-v, j: C. Bro-A'n will uff:- ciaip at ch<> rc-rcmany at lour r)>in-r: in tho af U'rnoon. Ml-?> .Jo Ann Trir-5,! hniann, wjol- i-st. find L. T Moore, Jr., or.'an^' will pro-pJH a program ot nui/iiM mus jr. Serving a* matron of honor hr- Mrs. ,J L V-V^bioo/, and bnrlrr- maids will ho Misa Shirley Kin; and Miss pat Re^m. Henry Thomas of P; i Jr-. r '.'.n>: v, ill serve Mr. Hnjfon ns h*'-r,t man. Tin- ry Scot i of .Vn},neJ:o;rr ami lV»>n \ of Memphis wilt 'ervc- a" c room : mm and Jnm^s T'.iriicr of Forrest. City and E. B, Ore Jr. '.--'jH he* u*hrr.s. The nvf-prion *A'i]l lie hr-!rl ir Ho; (el Noble fnllov. me; ihf? Wfdri'.ivj. As! sJsfafils ',vil] hf Mrs. Kc-r/rv-n C. I Cnvvillr, of Wynne, MU.s KI-.ILI".' j Murray o! Wynne, Mrs. Bill Nu;ii nnlie, of Memphis, ?nd MI-.-C- O:ty fjfm'i^an, Rolxirui Bracey ; Jk-vy ; Hollanci, _ i Birthday Club ; Honors Guest Members of C, and N. HirtV'ri ••: ; CJub met nt thp horn* of Mrs Bill : Cable and Mrs Jim Henry nijr-is ; -.vas Lhfi. of honor lor ihe j innnth. .She was presented vith a cifi anri • <:oi H snee from tho rluh and hn='c ^ Guests Included. Mrs. Albert Payne of Tampa, FJa., Mrs. Luther Thomi): =on. Mrs. jerry 8rrapc anri Miss i Sherry Wriiiht. ;_ After dinner v,-n.= prrvrd in HIP dining room; the gne.sts playcrt IMH- j asta. Bits of News m*/4 Tell Your Son of His Own Mistakes And You'll Make His Wife a Friend 1 Mr. and Mrs. Noble Olll of Dc-ll !<>!'. Memphis by plajie .Siiturrlay (or Chicaco to atwnd the Dcmocralic Convention. They wore hnsw yes- tr-iriay at the Crystal Room of the Palmer House for a iwpnon lor Ait:an>as delfBalo.s and gtu>st,<i. .MJ-. and Mrs. John ^rotl have re- inrncrt from Daytona B«ach, St. I'^^L-shtiig. anri olher poijils ot in- tfir.^t in ylorirlfl. Miss Brtty l.a.v.wn ot Memphi!. aj;n Bjj'lhpvjjle lU'eomp.inipd her .•.:.Mr>r, Mrs. W. H. Prase home lo C.Tn.'ago yest.»iria;' for several days v:n ,-mon. Major Peaw is .stationed thr-ie. Mrs. Pease has ner-ii tht en- -.1 'il her parents and oilier rela- ;!•.(-: here, [or several days. [ Mr. anrt Mrs. B. a. Gra<y were in Ripley. Term., Saturday for the funeral of Owen Orear. ' 'I he condition of W. o. -Sanders, a patient at Blytheville Hospital] v,ho was stricken snrider.h- ill at, Ins home, on Saturday, is slightly improved. • Ptc. Billy Glass lias returned to Fort Benninc, Ga,, after spending an IB-day iurloiieh with his par-fills. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass. Mrs. L. c. nollison. Mrs, James F'i'tcr. and Miss F.llen Moore will (lejiv-p tomoriou 1 for a -.vrrtc's vaca- . I:on in .Yew Orleans, La,, *vhfre Hv-y will visit Mrs. Roilisnn's broth- n. Theo Sakiei anci familv. | Mr. and Mrs. Olan Alh-nn and ' flnnsrhter. Pecey. J. D. Via. anri T'anny O'Bannon leave tomorrow , fo.' Halls, Tenn,, to spenri a upf.^. : Mr. ann Mrs. Upton BonJter and i hikiren Myia anri Don spend the ; wrnlt end In nyprshurg, Tenn , visit- in? Mr. and Mrs. J. j. Friend. i Mr. and Mis. Bill Krahnvsky and children. Sandra and Tommy, left , Saturday for a month's visit with his parents. M,_ anrt Mrs. Paul Hi-iibovsky In Sprinadale, Penn. V.'hile there, they plan to so to Bos- Con. Philadelphia, anri New York i City. ! F. D. Swift of Want to be a real friend to ynur new daughter-in-law? There's one svay yon ran be Next: time you visit in her home, instead o! concentrating on Uncling ivit what kind of a wife she is imkins , vour son, reverse the order- Study your ?on. as though he '.vere a stranser. to see what kind of a hiis- bsnd he is mak- mi the eir! he ! marric-d, Tf you rir» this you may set a few rude shocks 1 Especially if you notice '.hnt he is I d o I n 2 some of • the s r ery things- his o^ n father' has alwavs rione. Kulh Jlillett and which In his lather you always relented. You may come out of this crincal observation of that of yours with a' .,„,. „,...„. vl wnl[e , whole list of things yu know he is: members of Club Eieht, Bond. Her molher certainly ran't tell him—anci stay on speokine terms. So you no ahead and have your fay. After all. any mistakes he is making are really your fault If he isn't ronsiderate ot his ivife (n the small vays that mailer to a woman, it is probably because his mother never stressed the importance of tho*e small thinss. Coming Events Tu es day Blylheville Country club Dllpii- nate Bridge League plays weekly Rames, Mrs. Robert Thompson is hostess at her home to the members of Yarbro Home Demonstration at 7:30 p.m. M'eifnesrlav ' Mrs. Je.=se M. White is hostess to MONDAY, JULY 21, 1952 Bridge League Has Saturday Ganies A four-toble Howell movement, was played by members of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League in Rames conducted Saturday afternoon. Mrs. c. C. Counr.ille and Mrs. o. \V. Coppedge took top honors witti second place s-oine to Mrs. B, A. Lynch and Mrs. Eucenia Jenkens. Masternoint garnes will be conducted next Saturday. doing i .vron£. If you rio, (hen you've an opportunity it> be a real £riend to your daughter-in-law. Write that husband of ho* a "Drar Son" letter and lay ii on the line. Tr!l him what a fine eirl hp hap marrirrf and how much in love yen know they are. Then tell him that a^ hi* mother ,i]id as n woman you want to I* 1 !! im a fe\v things abnut women and \vhat it takn-=; to make them feol FippreriRt^n, nnericd, and sprure. If yoi] have come to the ronrlu- .sjon that his wife i.s puthnir up with a lot. tell him =o. As a mother you can eet bv «'«th this. If his wire tries to tr!l him she'll probably rio more harm than Mrs. Richard T, Mills fintertaliw rnrmber.s of CIB Club at the Razorback Dri\ r e-In. Thursday Kibitzer is being entertained by Mrs. June Car.-nn. Members of Thursriav Rook Club tnoei at rhe home of 'Mrs. NevJHe B)akcmnre. BlyihevillR Duplicate Bridge Leri^iiR has weekly night came. Mrs Lynn Hughes entertains mrmbpis of La Neuve Bridge Club at her home. Salurtlay niylheviHe Duplic-ate Bridie Lcapiie plays weekly afternoon came. Seven Birthdays Celebrated at Park A picnic «-as held at Walker Park- yesterday by the families of Bud Craig. Hershel! Crais, Othft Via, ] Tommy Love.lady, Mrs. Ara Lee Gulhri*. O. B. Via. and Miss Peggy 1 Allison, who each celebrated a birth; day. More than 30 guests attended and I (hose from ottt of town were Mr. i and Mrs. Herman via of Steele, anri j Jim Hollis of Hlckmtm, Ky. .TV 'Background Noise' Turns Out to Be Spanish ENID, Okla, up, — The "back- eround noise" which Mrs. Homer Hildebrand couldn't tune otrt of her : te!e\'ision set turned out to be j Spanish. i Her repairman informed her a Mexico City station was coming through on the Oklahoma City channel due to freakish atmospheria conditions. the auest, of his sister. Miss Sun-: shine Swift Sunday ML- and Mrs, Harry Fjshnr a.'irtj ^ Ja Mis. W. A. Brooks spent the week-I horse." end in St. I/Miis, where they at-; "Resides. At the Hospitals niythcville llospila! ' Mrs. \V. W, Bethcham. City '• .^]r5, H. C. Bush, City Mj's. A. D. Rau<.'hm. Konath ML-.S. Otis Warrm and baby, Rt 2 Walls Mr.= . .). D. Ayi-ork, Cily Mrs. Kenneth Cross and baby. Cit.v Mrs ,J. A. Davis. City Mrs, Herman Hnll and baby, Victoria Marriage Licenses- i !on, I;n., was j tenrferi ball eames. Rides Horse to Church CENTRALIA, 111. </p> _ A Creal Springs. 111., sroceryman, owns two cars hut prefers to ride to church Sundays on his horse, ''Sweetheart." "I just feel more at home on the W. H. Holmes explained, my wife and children ! like w tlse the cars." FALL PLANTING SEED HAIRY VETCH, SEED WHEAT, RARLEY FESCUE AND CLOVERS NEW CROP SEED BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Phone 6856-6857 \ der length, (mm u clnsc fitlina cloche. \\\fA Sexton \vorn. for her only ornament, a single strand of pcsuls. which was a gift of the groom, and a ffirnily heirloom belonging to his mother. Her ucriding slippers were white saiin.opern pumps. She carried i\ shower bouquet of white orchids, surrotmrieci by stPphnnotis Mr Holt house cho-^e for his hrst- mnn, his Cnther B. G. HnlthniiREr. Jr. Vlrcinia Holfhonsf*. nil or Liu rcr.rf- biirv;, Trnn.; Mr and Mrs. LnwrpiKP Smith Jr. of St. Louis; Mr. av.rl Mrs. Cl.irejire W(?bb of Cairo. 111.; Afr. and ..Mrs. Rill Donnt-r. Mi-scs Barbnra-^aJHl.- nianne Oonncr. Oer- } a!ci Donncr, Miss Mnnhn -Sliedri. I Mr. and Mre. MAX Isaacs, Mr, and j Mrs. El. J. McKinimn nnd rimivrhior, ; Nancy. Dr. Doyle Hiftwer. al! of Manila; Mr. nnri Mrs. Don Stiinzcr, j nnd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purypar of i Joncsboro. The fnllowinc; conplf finturdriy nhtniii^ri a mnrnasr hrpnse in tlir office of the Conn'y Cour!. Clerk. Mrs, KHyaheth Blyrhe Fnrker: Robert B. Hnlthmi.^ of Afanil.^ nnd MUi Mvrcle Sexton of Blytheville. High'Style For Women AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY Puramounf News Cartoon Novelty Reel Box Office Opens 7:00 SS-sow Starts 7:15 p.m. Admi.ssHin flc & 30c At All Times LAST TIMKS TOMTE Double l-'oal net 1 FAHlFf SHELLEY WiNIEfiS Mr. ,V: Mis. .Mr. £ „ RiTZ' GUESTS Mrs. \Villard Hess > ('. F. niakvnun e X .Mr>. (\ 1, (,'niham Miss Xell Harris <: I-'amilv K:iriilv K: Family ]/ k.8857 TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY ^^/ "I've been pushed as far as I'm gonna go - ^Spf '' "' AND HOW I'M COMING BACK!" ^|j F/X By Sue Burnett Hcrfs the newt in casuals [or • 5rmr busy ri«y!inip prnciam ^nft j scallops ruii^h the fron T . cio^in?. rhe rAllar is in-acefully shaped and narrow lace adds a note of reir.mine charm. PaUfrn N*o. 8E57 is a ?ort-rit*. per- Iftraled pattern in sizes ^2, S^, 50, 38. {0. 42, 44. 46. Size 34. 4\ yards ol 39-inch: 3 1 ? yardf of trimmins. For this pattern, send 30r. In COINS, ynur name. addi-p>s, size rte.weri, and the PATTERN 1 .VU.St- BER to Sue Burnett. Courier Kens, 3"S Qnincy SI., Chicago 6, 111. Ucady for you now—Ba.= ic FASHION for '52. Pall snd Winter. This new issue Is filled with Ideas tor Mtiorl. practical sewing for a new son.'on; sift pattern printed Inside the boo!:, 35c. ^&^J^M^ Also .Mclro News I'AI. MTi:S 2 Km- IN ii c nf I Dotihk- l r calme OPEN YOURHtAKI TO THE ^'MIRACLE" OF T T f**t %*> ^ *"" ' "* '-• t ^'-r'" HORDi; ;--vj^»5 Ki'AN "\,y".;-^!',' : u^ . , BIS!0 CS 1 SIOR» BY HO TCIJIOT A, A, iv:. ;-.::=:,!.- '.:. i RITZ GUESTS Mr. X .Mrs. Kirhard Fantrhl & Kamih .Mrs. Nora Sprarllcj' !>r. X Mrs. .lames I,, fi'uavd Mr. & Mis. A. G. Hall >\- ' ' CARv.Er;.-,:.',AYA k' i^i'^.J ' KirJOCOLE TSIO •'*' Also Ciirlonn tarts Tomorrow, July 22! ALL SUMM DRESSES AND LADIES, Every Garment in Our Entire Stock of Nationally Advertised Brands Included in This Sale Teenage: Sizes 8 to 14 Juniors: Sizes 7 to 17 Regulars: Sires 10 to 52 i Sizes: 12| fo U\ GREAT REDUCTIONS ON CHILDREN'S DRESSES, SWIMSUITS, SKIRTS, BLOUSES AND MANY OTHER ITEMS.

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